Before oral argument, Maureen Mahoney ritualistically eats a chocolate-frosted doughnut for luck and energy. But meticulous preparation, consummate skill and an intense desire to win — more than luck and a sugar rush — have propelled this appellate advocate and Latham & Watkins partner to the top of her field.

In the 2006-2007 Supreme Court term, Mahoney argued more cases than any other lawyer in private practice. The four cases tested her versatility in a range of difficult legal areas, including patent law, First Amendment, whistleblowing and the Fair Credit Reporting Act. [See related article.]

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